Anyone familiar with Vintage Dual TT

Anyone familiar with Vintage Dual TT

Post by Syl » Thu, 01 Aug 2002 12:09:55



I need help IDing 3 headshells. One has pins, other has flat conectors the other
has pins but also has a "M"ulti and "S"ingle knob on the side
(Thanks Frank for the M+S "definition").

What I need to know is on which TTs those are supposed to fit on.

Pictures available of course if needed.

Thanks,
Syl

 
 
 

Anyone familiar with Vintage Dual TT

Post by John Ston » Thu, 01 Aug 2002 22:33:21



wrote on 7/30/02 10:09 PM:

Quote:
> I need help IDing 3 headshells. One has pins, other has flat conectors the
> other
> has pins but also has a "M"ulti and "S"ingle knob on the side
> (Thanks Frank for the M+S "definition").

> What I need to know is on which TTs those are supposed to fit on.

> Pictures available of course if needed.

> Thanks,
> Syl

The one with the M and S knob is for the Dual 1218
If the one with flat connectors is physically larger than the one above and
has the connectors on the top rather than at the back, it's for the 10
series, starting with the 1009SK (not the original 1009) and going up to the
1019.
If it's the same as the 1218 shell but without the knob and with bent wires
instead of pins, it's an early 12 series headshell that came with the first
1219's and 1209's. Later, because of intermittent channel problems, these
shells were discontinued and ones with pins were introduced.
Hope this helps

 
 
 

Anyone familiar with Vintage Dual TT

Post by Syl » Fri, 02 Aug 2002 10:10:40


John Stone a crit :

Quote:


> The one with the M and S knob is for the Dual 1218
> If the one with flat connectors is physically larger than the one above and
> has the connectors on the top rather than at the back, it's for the 10
> series, starting with the 1009SK (not the original 1009) and going up to the
> 1019.
> If it's the same as the 1218 shell but without the knob and with bent wires
> instead of pins, it's an early 12 series headshell that came with the first
> 1219's and 1209's. Later, because of intermittent channel problems, these
> shells were discontinued and ones with pins were introduced.
> Hope this helps

Sure does !

Thanks a zillion !

Syl

 
 
 

Anyone familiar with Vintage Dual TT

Post by Buck Frobishe » Wed, 07 Aug 2002 09:19:46


Syl, I believe that the Mud+Snow shell was also used on the 1228.

We always referred to the wide larger one as a TK-12 and the smaller as a
TK-14.  DUAL always used a part number that nobody could remember (hey, it
was the late '60s, early '70s), and someone was recently correcting me on
those TK numbers, so who in hail knows?

--
back from feeding the mosquitoes.

regards,

Frank Johansen
Aurora, Ontario


Quote:
> John Stone a crit :




Quote:

> > The one with the M and S knob is for the Dual 1218
> > If the one with flat connectors is physically larger than the one above
and
> > has the connectors on the top rather than at the back, it's for the 10
> > series, starting with the 1009SK (not the original 1009) and going up to
the
> > 1019.
> > If it's the same as the 1218 shell but without the knob and with bent
wires
> > instead of pins, it's an early 12 series headshell that came with the
first
> > 1219's and 1209's. Later, because of intermittent channel problems,
these
> > shells were discontinued and ones with pins were introduced.
> > Hope this helps

> Sure does !

> Thanks a zillion !

> Syl